Heartiest Congratulations !
Winners of CBSE Science Exhibition, Four Years in a row!
Arush Verma and Vaishnavi Srivastava of CLIX bagged the 1st prize in the CBSE Regional Science Exhibition held at Delhi Public School Ghaziabad International on 29th and 30th January 2019. The winning model based on the theme ‘Waste Management’ comprised of automated smart bins which segregated wet, plastic and metallic waste and each was further recycled and used innovatively and productively. The most innovative of all was the use of plastic to design apparel for elderly people which would prevent them from injuries in case of a fall.
This ground-breaking work has secured them a place in the CBSE national Science Exhibition. this being the fourth consecutive year that the school has been winning the regional CBSE Science Exhibition validates the inquiry-based curriculum followed in the school.
The School management congratulates the winning team of the two students & lauds the efforts and guidance given by the two science teachers Ms. Vinti Verma and Ms. Nidhi Sharma which helped the students accomplish this feat.
Anshika Thakur (VIII) and Divanshu Jha (VII), the proud winners of the II prize at the Annual Garden Quiz competition held at Cambridge School Srinivaspuri on 30th January 2019 and bagged second prize.
A winning performance!
Students of Cambridge School Greater Noida not only enthralled the audience and the judges by giving an astounding performance but also won the third prize in Noida Lokmanch Natya Mahotsav 2019-an inter-school drama competition held from 27th January’19 to 2nd February’19 in Noida. Out of 60 schools that participated in the event, CSGN won everyone’s hearts with their superb dramatics and made it to the top 3 positions.
The students dramatized the play ‘Budhi Kaki’ by Munshi Prem Chand that is based on the plight of the elderly, relevant more so in today’s world they sensitized the audience about their role in the social structure and how they can help and give love and support to the ageing members of the society.
Climbing the victory ladder!
CSGN added one more feather to its cap by winning the runner’s up trophy in U-13 Fr Joe Memorial Inter-School Football Tournament 2018-19 held at Jesus and Mary Convent School, Greater Noida from 30th-January to 1st Feb’2019.
It was a tough call with around 12 school teams playing their best to take home the trophy but the spirited boys of CSGN took on their opponents by 2-1. It was a moment of glory for Dhruv Baghel of class VII who won the coveted Golden Boot award for scoring maximum goals.
State Wushu Championship
Shreet (II) won gold and silver medal in wushu state championship. Ranvir Kasana (IV) participated in State wushu championship held in Varanasi on 12th December, 2018 and won Bronze medal. He again bagged Bronze medal in Pratapgarh between 28-30th December, 2018).
The Management, teachers and all the students of CSGN are proud of you Hamida Khatoon, Jyoti Hoon, Vibhuti Mandral and Smrithi M. Nair for being awarded merit certificates by CBSE for the class XII Board exams 2017-18.
The merit certificates are awarded by the Board to the top 0.1% of the successful candidates in each subject.
Sriti Mahesh conquers the Nationals too!
After winning the regional level, Sriti Mahesh (V) aced the National Dance Championship held at Jammu on 4th January 2019. She bagged Gold Medals in both categories folk and Semiclassical.
winners at JBM Inter-School Athletics meet-
1. Pratyasha Mukherjee (Class IV) – Bronze medal in (U-10) 100 mts.
2. Avnish Bhati (Class XI) – Gold medal in (U-19) Long Jump and Bronze medal in 100 mts.
3. Rohit Chauhan (Class XII) – Gold medal in (U-19) Shot Put and Gold medal in (U-19) Discuss Throw.
31 UP Girls Battalion Greater Noida Gautam Buddh Nagar organized drill competition for NCC Cadet. Our students secured 2nd position
1. Anushka Chettri got a Gold medal
2. Nikita Sharma got Silver medal
3. Kashish Bhati got Gold medal in Junior-wing.
31 UP Girls Battalion Greater Noida Gautam Buddh Nagar organized group song competition for NCC Cadet. Our students got second position in group song.
Abhishek Bhati declared ‘Man of the Match’ at the AC Deb Memorial Interschool Cricket Tournament (U-14 boys) held at Cambridge School Noida on 18th December till 28th December 2018.
Pranjal Agarwal (VII) and Varun Tonger (IX)- winners of Silver Medal in the sub-junior category of the Interschool Badminton Tournament held at Cambridge Srinivaspuri on 25th & 26th October 2018.
Aadhya Kaul (IX) and Trisha Bangari (VIII) bagged 3rd prize in Poetry in Voice (poem recitation) in an interschool competition ‘Litfest’ on 19th July, 18 held at Greater Valley School.
Nitya Soni (XII), Nisha Shisodia (XII) and Nikita Sharma (XI) bag the 1st Prize in the ‘Waste to Wealth’- an Interschool Commerce Fest held at G.D. Goenka School, Greater Noida on 28th August 2018. The team demonstrated the conversion of waste thermocol into glue. The innovation to glue by dissolving it into petrol. The innovation was highly appreciated by the chief guest Mr. Naman Gupta, (founder of CODE Enterprises Alt) who has been working in the field of waste management for many years.
Winners of CBSE Science Exhibition, 3 years in a row
CBSE Theme – Science and Mathematics for inclusive Development
Sub Theme – Agriculture and Food Safety
School’s model was – Smart Farm – a step towards sustainable development.
CBSE Theme – Science, Technology and Mathematics for Nation Building
Sub Theme – Innovations in food production and food security
School’s model was – Cold Plasma – cutting edge of food security
CBSE Theme – Innovations for sustainable development
Sub Theme – Waste management and water body conservation
School’s model was -Lemna Minor – Duckweed – A weed or a miracle
The project “Lemna minor (Duckweed) – a weed or a miracle?’ is about cleaning pond water through duckweed (an unwanted plant) that can absorb many pollutants from water, in conjunction with Pisciculture.
Duckweed is highly nutritious with 25% protein content, so our team prepared fodder and Fish food from it. We Also prepared biofuel from harvested duckweed.